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“As a CBM trainer for almost 16 years, I can now throw out my handout packet entitled What's CBM and Why You and Your Students Need It and replace it with this powerful little (172 pages) gem for my graduate assessment class and for the Illinois school district personnel who call my office weekly asking about CBM.”
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“Up to date, comprehensive, and practical. Contains useful forms and norms.”
Terry Bontrager, PhD, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, University Of Massachusetts Boston

“This book is exactly what teachers need to get started using CBM or to refine and extend their current use. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in CBM. I have flagged several pages so that I can readily locate the information for future use.”
Sharon Vaughn, PhD, Department of Special Education, University of Texas at Austin

The ABCs of CBM is an excellent treatment of the nature and purposes of CBM, and provides resources for applying the approach across several academic skills areas. Progress monitoring and formative evaluation are increasingly important in general, remedial, and special education. I plan to adopt this book as a text for courses in assessment and academic intervention taught to undergraduate and graduate students.”
Dan Reschly, PhD, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University

“This text provides a useful introduction to the nuts and bolts of CBM administration, interpretation, and application. It is a useful primer to support introductory coursework on CBM. The material is also relevant for field-based administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, and school psychologists who are interested in a direct and nontechnical presentation of CBM.”
Theodore J. Christ, PhD, School Psychology Program, University of Minnesota

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